quinta-feira, 28 de fevereiro de 2008

Caça ao voto hispânico no Texas



"Video Description
By Barack Obama Last fall, Latina Lista sent an invitation to the major presidential candidates of both parties to "blog" on Latina Lista as a way to address our readers. As the campaigns are regrouping after what can only be described as a successful night for both of the Democratic frontrunners during the Super Tuesday elections, one Democratic candidate, who has yet to address Latina Lista readers, decided to forego some sleep and contribute a post. By now in this campaign season, Senator Barack Obama is a familiar face. This Illinois Senator with a degree from Harvard was the first African-American president of the Harvard Law Review. He spent his early days after law school graduation practicing civil rights law and teaching constitutional law. His experience in grassroots organizing helped lead to his bid for the Illinois State Senate where he served for eight years. In 2004, he became the third African American since Reconstruction to be elected to the U.S. Senate. Today, Senator Obama shares his vision of the future and what he plans to bring to all the people who call the United States home. I want to thank Latina Lista for giving me the opportunity to contribute to the blog and to talk about change in this great country with the Latina community. Since the day I was born, I have been surrounded by strong women. I was raised by a single mother, have married a strong independent woman who has blessed me with two beautiful girls and now I'm trying to raise them to pursue their dreams no matter how big, and become future leaders. As a son, husband and parent I am well aware that women are the core of family. Mothers, wives and sisters are the ones who protect us, care for us, teach us and encourage us. I also know that for women of all backgrounds, keeping their families together is a top priority. It is no secret that Latino families are being separated from their families every day in this country because of raids and deportation policies that do not take family and humanity into account when trying to enforce laws. Si se puede -Latinos, Barack Obama no se hecha para atrás en lo que dice. A diferencia de Hillary Clinton, Barack aun apoya las licencias de conducción y un camino humanitario hacia la legalización. Incluso enfrentando gran oposición el estuvo firme en contra de la guerra desde el principio, y no se dejo influenciar como Clinton que voto a favor una la guerra basada en mentiras que tantos muertes ha causado. Barack Obama tiene la integridad y honestidad para traer el cambio necesario a este país. El no le dice una cosa a un grupo y otra a otros solo para conseguir votos: En la iglesia de Martín Luther King Jr el le pidió a la audiencia afro-americana que dejaran atrás la discriminación a otros grupos y que valoraran a los inmigrantes no como competencia sino como compañeros en la busca de oportunidad... En el debate televisado por CNN, mientras Clinton mantuvo una posición hostil respecto a la influencia de los inmigrantes en la economía de otras minorías, Barack Obama le dijo de frente que no se le puede hechar la culpa a una minoría cuando obviamente el problema económico es uno que sufrimos todos y es causado por la falta de inversión en infra-estructura, educación etc. Una economía en la cual el país invierte billones y billones de dólares en una guerra sin razón. Barack Obama no quiere dividirnos como Hillary, el quiere unir al país y sanarlo. Inspirarnos a ayudarnos los unos a los otros y tener una política exterior que exhauste las posibilidades diplomáticas antes de iniciar cualquier guerra. Obama, con un trasfondo racial mixto, y familia inmigrante, simboliza la armonía entre las distintas etnias y minorías de estos Estados Unidos de Norte América. Keywords: barack obama music videos latinos, Si se puede, Viva Obama, Amigos de Obama, Hispanic, TX, Houston, El Paso, Dallas, Corpus Christi, El Valle, Mariachi, Ohio, Democratic primary, caucus, Hillary Clinton, pledged delegates, superdelegates, African Americans"

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2 comentários:

Anónimo disse...

Que se fodam o Obama e os amigos, a Hilária e os republicanos. É
preciso é que os pão não suba de
preço para os pobres não passarem
ainda mais fome. JSR... desce à
realidade!

zemari@ disse...

Nem pensem que é só pão que vai (continuar a) subir. A manteiga vem já a seguir.
Quanto ao caviar, não sei.